Reading's trip to Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday is set to be the hosts' largest crowd of the season.

The Chairboys, the nearest journey of the season for the Royals, were robbed of facing their local rivals in front of a raucous crowd back in 2020/21 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

This is the first Bucks-Berks league meeting for over 20 years in front of a crowd while Reading beat Gareth Ainsworth's side in the Carabao Cup in 2019.

Over 1,800 travelling supporters are heading for Adams Park, praying for a first league away win for over a calendar year.

The hosts, in fine form, have averaged just over 4,700 at their home matches so far this season.

However, that will be boosted soon as the club has announced that this Saturday is set to be the biggest crowd of the season.

Not giving figures, it is anticipated to be in excess of the 5,499 in attendance for a 2-0 win over Carlisle United in September.

Oxford United and Bristol Rovers remain the next nearest, saved for the second half of the season, while both London trips have resulted in defeats.